Broad Theater

636 N. Broad Street,
New Orleans, LA 70119

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Broad Theater

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Independently owned by Brian Knighten, the Broad Theater, after $1.4 million in renovations, opened on March 4, 2016, in a 1923-built Spanish Colonial Revival building.

According to the Times-Picayune, the four-screen stadium theater seats from 49 to 125 in each auditorium. The theater screens a mix of mainstream Hollywood movies, classic, Independent, and foreign films.

The theater offers traditional movie snacks with future plans to include an expanded menu. The theater also has a bar, with a variety of wines, beers, and spirits.

Contributed by Ron Pierce

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RickB
RickB on March 6, 2016 at 12:50 pm

“The brick and stucco building at 636 N. Broad St. is one of very few examples of Spanish Mission style architecture in New Orleans. It was built in 1923 and sold the following year to plumbing, heating and ventilation contractors Sciambra & Masino, whose name is still on the building. It has served as home to a charity bingo hall, a boat shop, a plumbing supply company and the House of Champions boxing gym, among other businesses.” From a story on the development of the theater here.

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